NYC Parks Department Struggles To Maintain Parks Due To Limited Staff, Budget CutsAs trash keeps piling up around the five boroughs, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a new initiative.
Former Wake Forest Basketball Coach Sentenced For Throwing Punch That Led To Man's Death In Queens In 2018Jamill Jones, 37, was convicted in February of third degree assault in the death of Sandor Szabo, 35.
Coronavirus Update: City Harvest Stepping Up Big For More Than 1 Million Food-Insecure New YorkersInside a large, nondescript warehouse in Long Island City, a fervent effort is underway to feed the needy of New York City in the wake of the coronavirus.
Judge Upholds $6.7 Million Ruling For 5Pointz Graffiti ArtistsA New York appeals court has upheld a ruling to pay a group of graffiti artists $6.7 million.
Seen On Video: Robbery Suspects Climb Through McDonald's Drive-Thru WindowPolice said three suspects pulled up in a black sedan – one stayed in the car, while the other two climbed inside the restaurant.
SEE IT: Suspects Use Van To Steal ATM From Queens BusinessPolice said it happened shortly before 6:30 a.m. Wednesday outside Showroom Auto on 35th Avenue near 42nd Street in Long Island City.
Small But Beloved Public Library Closing In QueensThe property's new owner, a private equity firm called Savanna, plans to transform the space to a central dining and retail location.
Police: Man Walks Into Queens Dance Studio, Gropes Female EmployeePolice said he struck up a conversation before making sexual remarks and grabbing her private area.
Problems Continue: Cracks, Water Damage Spotted At Revamped Hunters Point LibraryIt's barely a month old, but the brand new Hunter's Point Library in Long Island City already has problems.
Thai And More: What's Trending On New York City's Food Scene?Read on to see which spots are on a hot streak this autumn.
Police Seek To ID Suspect Accused Of Groping Women Then Fleeing On BicycleThe alleged suspect is wanted for a series of forcible touching incidents in Long Island City and Sunnyside, Queens, that began in late July.
New Yorkers Sound Off On Decision To Put Advertising On Iconic Pepsi-Cola Sign In LICThe famous Pepsi-Cola sign in Queens has a new look for the first time in its 80-year history, and some people are not pleased.
Suspect Allegedly Takes Stolen SuperShuttle For Joy Ride In QueensThe van was later found six miles away in Kew Gardens.
Demanding Answers: Poison Ivy Patch In Long Island City Finally Gets MTA's AttentionPeople in Long Island City, Queens have been dealing with an itchy problem.
Small Earthquake Reported In Long Island CityIf you were in Long Island City Tuesday night and felt the ground shake – it wasn’t a subway – it was an earthquake.